Wire (magazine)

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description English trade journal
publishing company Meisenbach GmbH publishing house
First edition 1951
Frequency of publication 3 times a year
Widespread edition 4,000 copies
Editor-in-chief Wolfgang Filì
Web link wire-magazine.de
ISSN (print)

WIRE is a specialist magazine in English for the European wire , spring , molded parts and cable industries . It promotes the exchange of knowledge and contacts between outfitters and suppliers, service providers, customers and research. The main sectors are machine, plant and vehicle construction, manufacturers of technical springs based on wire, and the shipbuilding, aircraft and electrical industries.


WIRE appears three times a year at the leading international trade fairs. The target group are technicians, engineers, planners and decision-makers involved in the manufacture and production of wire, cables, ropes, grids and fabrics, springs and molded parts. Articles from industry and science provide information on the status, trends and technologies in the spring, wire and cable industry. The whole thing is supplemented by reports from the trade associations on industry and company developments and reports on products for wire and cable production as well as from the industry itself.

Membership / participation

  • IWMA (International Wire & Machinery Association)
  • Reporting body of the ICFG (International Cold Forging Group) name = "heftkonzept" />

See also

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. a b About us. WIRE, accessed January 25, 2019 .